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Cogs Agency (Hong Kong) Limited

Cogs Agency (Hong Kong) Limited

Formed in 2005 as a specialist recruitment and staffing consultancy, Cogs Agency identifies and places talent solely within the digital arena. Our clients include global digital consultancies and agencies, as well as international brands, SME’s and start-ups. With offices in London, Hong Kong, Berlin and Singapore we help our clients identify and hire permanent, freelance and interim/contract talent across the whole of the digital spectrum.  

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Senior Interaction Designer

Job Ref.CT3111905-01#6912

A leading global insurance company is rapidly expanding the Creative team in APAC region. Aiming atop be the best team in Asia, it intends to deliver high quality of work across the region.

It is an exciting opportunity to bring ideas and creativity to a regional level.  Products are ranging from place to place. Teamwork is highly appreciated by the team of seasoned UX designers and leader in a multi-cultural environment. Your hard work will be visible and influencing lots of great people!

This is a great opportunity to go into in-house to develop a sustainable digital product. Get in touch with Cogs Agency to learn more!

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